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Baggies want video replays for refs

West Brom chairman Jeremy Peace has urged the Premier League to introduce video technology in the wake of his side’s controversial draw with Chelsea.

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The Baggies were leading 2-1 at Stamford Bridge when a penalty was awarded for a questionable foul on Ramires, with video replays suggesting the midfielder went down a little too easily.

The decision angered both West Brom manager Steve Clarke and his chairman, with the incident at Chelsea the latest in a string of perceived poor decisions against the club.

West Brom were left furious after Chelsea were awarded a stoppage-time penalty for a questionable foul on Ramires.
West Brom felt they were robbed of two points against Chelsea.

Peace has now sent a letter to the Premier league, according to the Daily Mail, demanding they look into bringing a video review system into football to prevent further injustice.

The Baggies chief will ask for the issue to be debated at a Premier League shareholders' meeting on Thursday, while he is also seeking a meeting with Mike Riley, head of the Professional Game and Match Officials Ltd.

The Premier League introduced goal-line technology this season at a cost of £250,000 per club, though it has not been widely used.

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